The Father’s Day action will be intense as the Sharks battle the Manly Sea Eagles for a place in the top four and a potential clash with the Sydney Roosters in week one of the finals.
A win would ensure a double shot at premiership glory, while a loss tomorrow to their traditional rivals would likely mean a sudden-death match-up with the South Sydney Rabbitohs next weekend.
The stakes are high and the team is calling on all Sharks fans to get to the game and to show their support at this crucial stage of the 2015 season.
But while the big game will attract all the attention, match day at Remondis offers a variety of attractions set to make Father’s Day Sunday a day to remember.
The usual family fun day rides and activations will again take place on the McDonalds Family Hill, while a Fathers Day photo booth will provide the opportunity to get that happy snap to remember the occasion in the years to come.
Members and fans at the ground will also get the chance to become ‘extras’ in the Jackson Mullane-Directed film Baby Boy, with scenes being shot at half time and full time of the main game.
Back to the action on the field and the Sharks will wear special hi-vis yellow jerseys in partnership with game day sponsor Hume Doors and Timber as a part of the ‘Play Safe, Work Safe’ workplace health and safety awareness program.
The jerseys certainly stand out, and as skipper Paul Gallen said in a Sharks TV interview earlier in the week, lets hope we see young gun Valentine Holmes dashing down the wing to score a try in this distinctive strip.
Also in relation to the big game and the teams will compete for the Steve Rogers Cup, a trophy recognising the contribution of the late Sharks Immortal and CEO who made a major impact on the Cronulla club in many different ways.
Manly hold the Steve Rogers Cup and the Sharks certainly want it back.
And finally post-game the players will return to Sharkies Leagues Club for a members-only presentation in the auditorium to thank the members for their support during the 2015 season.
Both the coach and players will address the crowd, with the members having the chance to give the team a fitting send off to the NRL Finals series.
Game day at Sharks, Sunday, September 6, Sharks v Manly is an event not to be missed. Kick-off to the main game is 4.00pm.
Get there early Sharks fans, join us for the SURGE TO SEPTEMBER and enjoy the fun.
For all your game day information, including transport, go to the following link.
And for ticketing information – CLICK HERE - http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=SHARKS15
Hume Doors and Timber are the game day sponsor of the Sharks v Manly match.